Clancy, nation’s first, only mercury detecting dog, dies
From dog pound to international stardom, Clancy, the nation’s only mercury-detecting dog, passed away on Sunday, April 21. He was 14.
Clancy, who worked in the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency’s Mercury-Free Zone Program, will be remembered for his single-minded commitment to improving Minnesota’s environment. All he ever asked for in return was an ordinary tennis ball.
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